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Greenville Water Receives 2018 ATHENA Organizational Leadership Award

The Greenville Chamber presented Greenville Water with the 2018 ATHENA Organizational Leadership Award for its commitment to increasing the positive impact of women’s leadership in our community. The fifth annual award was presented at the Chamber’s seventh annual ATHENA Leadership Symposium sponsored by BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina on November…

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Moody’s Provides Greenville Water with AAA Score

Only nine water utilities across the country have achieved this rating. Greenville SC- August 8, 2018- Moody’s scored Greenville Water as ‘AAA’ in its Annual Issuer Comment last month. Moody’s Investors Service is a leading provider of credit ratings, research, and risk analysis. Credit ratings impact borrowing power and interest…

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Keowee-Toxaway Basin Recovers to Stage 0 Drought

March 1, 2018 The Keowee-Toxaway Drought Management Advisory Group (KT-DMAG) announced today that due to recent rainfall and the U.S. Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) Hartwell and Thurmond reservoirs rising to levels that allow the KT Low Inflow Protocol (LIP) to recover to a lower stage, the Keowee-Toxaway (KT) River Basin…

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Standard & Poor’s Affirms Greenville Water’s Credit Standing

Report cites affordable rates and strong management. Greenville SC- November 14, 2017- Standard & Poor’s has affirmed Greenville Water’s ‘AAA’ rating. Standard & Poor’s Financial Services LLC is an American financial services company. It is a division of S&P Global that publishes financial research and analysis on stocks, bonds and…

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Fitch Ratings Affirms Greenville Water’s Credit Standing

 Report cites stable financial future. Greenville, S.C.- August 7, 2017- Fitch Ratings has affirmed Greenville Water’s ‘AAA’ rating. Fitch Ratings is a leading provider of credit ratings, commentary and research. Credit ratings are an opinion on the ability of an entity to meet financial obligations. Credit ratings impact borrowing power and…

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